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Jamie Van Iderstine

Montclair, NJ, USA

Jamie Van Iderstine, EVP of Client Engagement at Lumanity, excels in delivering market access solutions for pharma and biotech sectors. With over 13 years in marketing and consulting, she's adept in immunology and rare diseases, influencing payer channels and strategy. An MM&M 40 Under 40 honoree, Jamie is a recognized thought leader committed to enhancing brand access.

Someone you care about seeks reconciliation.
Someone you care about seeks reconciliation.
The simplest answer is to act.
The simplest answer is to act.
You have an entrepreneurial spirit.
You have an entrepreneurial spirit.
Success will be yours.
Success will be yours.
Keep your feet on the ground even though friends flatter you.
Keep your feet on the ground even though friends flatter you.
Your genuine talents will lead you to success.
Your genuine talents will lead you to success.
You have a magnetic personality.
You have a magnetic personality.
Lucky you. Get out your party clothes.
Lucky you. Get out your party clothes.
The best way to succeed in life is to act on the advice you give to others.
The best way to succeed in life is to act on the advice you give to others.
Many friends will soon be attracted to your friendly and charming ways.
Many friends will soon be attracted to your friendly and charming ways.
You will soon emerge victorious from the maze you've been traveling in.
You will soon emerge victorious from the maze you've been traveling in.
Every wise man started out by asking many questions.
Every wise man started out by asking many questions.
Fortune cookie says: Your warmth radiates onto all others around you.
Fortune cookie says: Your warmth radiates onto all others around you.
Real courage is moving forward when the outcome is uncertain.
Real courage is moving forward when the outcome is uncertain.
Do not let what you do not have, prevent you from using what you do have.
Do not let what you do not have, prevent you from using what you do have.

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by Myles Bristowe

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